Police Blotter

40 Precinct

Sunday, August 12 at 3:12 p.m. — Cops got a report a stabbing that took place inside of 680 Tinton Avenue. An individual stabbed a 37-year-old man numerous times in the neck and body with a knife following an argument.

The individual, who is known to police, fled the location on foot. He was last seen wearing a white shirt with a photograph on its front, and pants that had an American flag graphic. He was sporting white sneakers.

44 Precinct

Sunday, August 5 at 1:30 p.m. — An act of public lewdness was reported to cops as having occurred aboard a subway train approaching the Mount Eden Avenue station on the IRT #4 line. A man exposed himself and touched himself over his clothes in front of a 30-year-old woman. He is described as a Hispanic man, approximately 130 pounds and of average height, with black hair. He was last seen wearing grey athletic shorts, a white tank top and black sandals.

45 Precinct

Thursday, August 9 at 2:05 a.m. — Cops got a report of a burglary that apparently occurred as two individuals broke into a locked storage container opposite a plumbing and heating company at 2266 Tillotson Avenue.

The individuals removed copper piping, fittings and valves valued at about $1,600. The first individual is a man who is 40- to 50-years-old and last seen wearing a Yankee baseball cap and black T-shirt. The second was a black man between 40- and 50-years-old who was also wearing a Yankee cap, black shorts and light colored sneakers.

47th Precinct

Saturday, August 18, at 11:19 a.m. — Cops responded to a 911 call of a car crash near Laconia Avenue and East 215st Street. After preliminary investigation, cops determined that a 42-year-old man was on a scooter that was traveling on Laconia Avenue when he was struck by a black Volvo SUV traveling eastbound on East 215th Street at the intersection of the two streets.

The man on the scooter was taken by EMS to Jacobi Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. The 62-year-old woman who was driving the Volvo remained on the scene.

The NYPD’s Highway Collision Investigation Squad is involved in an ongoing investigation, according to cops.

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